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A map of the world with dots to show the global impact of Cambridge research

A dynamic map explores how research is having a positive impact around the world

Now more than ever, it’s crucially important that we communicate our researchers’ findings and world-changing discoveries to the broadest possible global audiences. I’m thrilled that these creative and resourceful examples of best practice in research communications have been recognised internationally.

Professor Stephen J Toope, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge

A video that showcases one of Cambridge's radical thinkers; a multimedia story that traces the journey of discovery of pulsars by a PhD student; and a powerful news feature on the plight of a vulnerable group of Chinese citizens and the brave activists trying to help them.

These four approaches to communicating research have been recognised internationally by the 2022 CASE Circle of Excellence Awards.

CASE, the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, is a global nonprofit association dedicated to educational advancement professionals who share the goal of championing education to transform lives and society. CASE awards celebrate the creative, resourceful and innovative ways that communicators around the globe champion their institutions’ success.

This year, a total of 4,510 entries were submitted from 636 institutions in nearly 30 countries.

Read more on the University's Research site


29 June 2022